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to ease the crisis in ukraine. >>> explosive words from hillary clinton, comparing vladmir putin to hitler and nazis. does she have her own ukraine problem. >>> hold on tight. asteroids hours away from a close drive bsh -by of earth. what you need to know right now. >>> hello, everyone. i'm john berman. michaela pereira is off today. we would like to el with come our viewers here in the united states and around the world. those stories and more. it is high-stakes diplomacy and tit for tat threats happening right now as the world looks for ways to respond to russia's military intervention in ukraine. secretary of state, john kerry, face to face with sergei lavrov. they are both in paris for talks that have been planned before the russian takeover. the talks are so much more urgent. perhaps the most important test yet as to whether dialogue can be used to resolve the crisis in ukraine. in some ways, there have been setbacks. if the us and eu impose sanctions on russia, washington is looking at a series of punitive steps including economic and diplomatic sanctions designed to isolate moscow.
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and hillary front nominations and the library will release about 5,000 pages of documents from the clinton white house. the documents include confidential advice given to president clinton including communications within first lady hillary clinton and the papers will be posted online by the national archives with paper copies being made available at the clinton library. more than 30,000 documents could soon be released. attorney general eric holder is resting at home this morning after spending some time in the hospital for chest pains on thursday. holder felt faint and short of breath during a meeting with staff members and treated for an elevated heart rate and told he is feeling better. southern california are bracing themselves for extreme weather conditions and mandatory evacuation is in effect for glendora and jesus and they have mud slides threatening homes and la may get 8" of rain in just two days and that is the amount of rainfall they get in a month causing mudslides and power outages and flash floods and nicole has a closer look of the situation out west and it has been too dra
a problem for hillary clinton if she decides to run for president in 2016. explain the connection there. >> willie, senator clinton, secretary clinton was the face of the reset. you guys will remember. we saw this on "morning joe" back in 2009 in her second month in office. she was in moscow at one of her first trips and she presented the russian foreign minister with an actual gift wrapped red reset button. this is just an example as maggie haberman points out. she has to answer questions about the health care and economy and about the nsa. secretary clinton has been so quiet. her advisers think, oh, she doesn't have to jump out and make a statement about everything. but, willie, as we can see here on the show, this is no passing issue. her book is out soon and she will be doing some midterm campaigning. so politico sees increasing pressure on secretary clinton to talk about some of these issues. some people will say she is a little bit out of the loop on some of these decisions. it's not going a defense she is going to use. her plan is to stick with president obama, but it makes it ha
as an international relations professor, your view of what hillary clinton said earlier this week comparing putin's actions in ukraine, the pretext that he invoked to what hitler did when he set a pretext for invading neighboring countries in the 1930s. this reported by buzz feed initially. is that a fair assessment. she wasn't specifically drawing a comparison between hitler and putin but talking about the pretext of going in to save russian speaking peoples. is that fair? >> i think that's not a particularly useful analogy and comparisons to hitler should be used very carefully. it's sort of typical of the foreign policy hyperbole we often get. great powers have various interests for intervening in other countries. they do that sometimes, the united states has done that. we're always pretty good at coming up with various rationales for doing it. again we don't have to like what russia did and our diplomacy should be organized around stabilizing the situation and hopefully reversing it. we have to recognize that they were doing this to defend what they regard as vital to national security intere
into 2016 when hillary clinton runs probably? >> eventually not. not in 20 -- it's still going to be republican in 2016. i think what we're going to see -- >> i voted for hue bert humphrey in '68. >> some day soon, maybe not 2016 but very well 2020, texas is going to be if not a blue state than a purple state because lessons of demographics are, unless the republican party gets itself right with hispanics, ain't going to keep being -- >> writers of the purple, coming back, yeah. >> not this time, not in 2014. but i think we're also seeing slightly the limits of tea party influence in texas as well. >> will they run? >> they'll -- they are going to make noises about it like obama made noises about arizona last time around. but that's not going to be -- >> i'll tell you, it's going to be a national leader. i do think they might try kentucky, i think it's a fool -- >> here's what i think -- >> he wants west virginia back. here's what i think they don't, too expensive. too expensive to seriously contest because the media markets -- >> huge. >> a four letter word, coal. >> coal. >>
in at number five, hillary clinton at number six. michelle obama scored particularly high in the categories of being her own woman and value to the president. and when you say value to the president, one thing that strikes me is there's sort of a synergy between her let's move campaign and the idea of promoting health with the signature achievement of the obama presidency, which is health care reform. and maybe it's a reference to something else, was that's what i read in "value to the president." >> it's certainly an interesting list, but michelle obama certainly strikes a balance here. the balance is being her own woman and then living in the shadow of what was the hillary clinton era as first lady, where she was part and parcel being the legislating partner of that president. she was -- it was a two-for-one deal and the american public really fully embraced that embodiment of two for one. michelle obama has been really the antigen sis of that. she is a bit more activist in some ways, but in some ways, she's a bit more withdrawn. she's sort of being the woman that she, i think, really wan
a member of the g-8 since the days when yeltsin and bill clinton were first negotiating that entrance. that is not just canceling a g-8 meeting. what he was talking about was kicking russia out of the g-8 because it's not a democracy if it invades another country. >> well, there's a number of problems with that. first of all, there are some reports the europeans as are often the case may not be as willing to be as hard line on these things as the united states is and keeping that economic coalition together will be a challenge. second, we know putin has a lot of give and leeway in the short term. anybody can spend that much on the olympics has access to the ability to paper over any short term economic hit he takes. and third, of course, the guy plays to nationalism, by kicking him out of the g-9 or putting economic limits on travel and banking and other things, the more he's going to initially feel like that's an advantage for him to rally support. long-term those things are effective. short term they may make him think twice but i don't think they change his behavior which is more a
people describe hillary clinton as tough in a new pew research survey. the same survey found 51% of americans would like to see clinton run for president. 43% would not. >>> our next number, 90 feet. that's how wide nasa says the dx110 asteroid is, and it's headed straight for us -- well, sort of. scientists say the asteroid will come within 217,000 miles of the earth. that's closer than the moon, but experts say the risk of the asteroid actually hitting the earth is about 1 in 10 million. >>> well, this next number is absolutely sobering. 8,000. that's how many tons of trash on average workers have to pick up in the french quarter during mardi gras. quite a party. this year's fat tuesday party was chiller and -- chillier and somethingier than most, but, as always, it ended promptly at midnight. >>> finally, 17. that's how many states along with the district of columbia are now issuing same-sex marriage licenses. illinois was scheduled to start offering the licenses june 1st, but late yesterday, illinois attorney general lisa madigan provided guidance to county clerks who want t
document 1994, heads of state summit, president clinton was there. ukraine is a partner as is russia. in that document it says that that nation, ukraine, can come to the north atlantic council of nato if their territory integrity is threatened, their security is threatened, it can come and say, we would like to bring our attention. >> would nato come to the defense of ukraine? >> i think if the u.s. would invoke that to the north atlantic council because that is part of the agreement, i think that the united actions by nato could have an effect to deter what russia may or may not do with troops. >> but they have to agree. you've got to get germany, you've got to get all of the nato allies on board. they have been hesitant to act. >> many of them are very concerned that this is a portend of the future. look, there are ethnic russians in estonia and a western outpost in europe. this can have an effect, i think, if action isn't taken not just military, political, diplomatic, economic. >> i'm going to show our viewers new video just coming in. these are russian troops. they are fully ope
expanded under bill clinton, that this is the most fateful mistake in foreign policy and lead to a new cold war and george lived to the 100s, and he died a few years ago, but the truth goes marching on. and now continuing under bush and continuing under obama, and right now it is on russia's borders and if you want to know for sure, and i have spent a lot of time in moscow, but if you want to know what the power elite thinks that ukraine is about, it is about bringing it into nato. one last point, that so-called economic partnership that yanukovych, the elected president of ukraine did not sign, and that set off the protests in the streets in november, which led to this violence in and the kconfirmatin today, that so-called economic agreement included military clauses that say that ukraine by signing this civilization agreement had to abide by the nato military policy, and that is what this is about from the russian point of view, the ongoing march, and putin had no choice, and he has no choice, and if you put him in the corner, you are going to be seeing worse. >> and that is a sobering as
strongly. >> a new poll shows that 57% of americans approve of the job that hillary clinton did as secretary of state. 69% see her as tough. despite what we've heard about benghazi and other things, i don't know that this is going to hurt her ultimately. >> 67% of people probably know she flew in a lot of airplanes. it's obviously a very important policy that went on when she was secretary of state, whatever she did or didn't do and it's an important issue but whether it's actually part of the presidential politics, aside from the attacks from certain republicans, i don't think it will be a major factor in how people decide whether she will be president or not. >> very quickly? >> she has a personality, she operates more from the gut on some of these issues than from the brain. she's not de-escalate the way she is. >> thank you for coming in. >>> when we come back, everybody makes mistakes, but "the new york times" is making good on a broop blooper 161 years ago having to did with "12 years a slave." so our business can be on at&t's network for $175 a month? yup. all 5 of you f
, barbara walters popped the question to vice president biden. if hillary clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision.
that we have had they used to call bill clinton the first black president just for fun but, yes, i think he has more of a freedom. listen, in his first term he didn't do that much about gay rights and gay marriage and it started to happen in the second term. he had to prove himself in the beginning. he had probably more criticism than most presidents because when you are the first of anything, there is a bigger responsibility put on you. he's a spectacle in a way. everyone is being looking to hit him and everyone is looking to punch him and i understand that. as journalists, you weigh whether you should -- how much you should criticize the president because he's black or what have you but then you have to do it because ultimately you're a journalist. he gets it from all ends. he gets it from every one. now that he's in his second term five years in, he's thinking about his legacy and realizes that he must do something on this particular issue and you know what, i believe him. >> right. >> reporter: i believe him when it comes to this particular issue. everyone has to hold him to it. jour
strategy officer. he is a former political strategist to work on the hillary clinton presidential bid. skype is also with microsoft. american express debuts its first no see credit card. -fee credit card. they want to broaden its customer base. we have breaking news out oftyco. unitll sell itself korean for 1.93 billion units. to get the week started and there will be a financial effect. it will revise its eps forecast because of this deal. it now sees second-quarter earnings per share when you back out some items, or 89-40 one cents per share on the deal. >> did you sleep last night? >> barely. and 15 minutesur of the oscars and i learned the hard way that you don't watch the oscars with the twitter feed. outking of which, it turns that a lot of the pre-oscar buzz was on the money when it came to the big acting awards. slave" won best picture. brad pitt was one of the producers of the film. earlier in the evening, best supporting actor was taken from the same movie. it also won for best adapted screenplay. one the most oscars of the night including that director. >> who are you weari
it will be more democrats, knowing democratic voters, hillary clinton at the top of the ticket, the shutdown, it got you a few candidates you didn't think you would get because of the environment change in that small period of time. but have you found that you still are struggling getting some people off the fence because they'd rather run in a presidential year? >> no, not at all. in fact, you went through the list. what unifies these top-tier candidates right now is the fact that they are problem solvers. you know, we didn't have to recruit many of them. they recruited themselves because they'd had it with the shutdowns, with republican recklessness and irresponsibility. they are problem solvers in battleground districts. this is our initial rollout. there will be more. we'll have a very competitive battlefield as we go into -- deeper into the cycle. >> you know rkt since november 1, i want to point something out to you, and you can't help but wonder for someone like me, this to me is one of the telltale signs. dingell, miller, waxman, maran, mccarthy, with nine or more terms behind them,
, and president obama took office in 2009 and secretary of state hillary clinton wanted to reset relations with russia and putin. >> how did that go? >> how is that working out? >> not really working out well. and i think, as we all know -- and the challenge for this president now is to lead to lea it's -- putin doesn't care, honestly, if he's getting thrown out of the g-8. but the question is, what can we do in terms of these sanctions. as senator mccain was talking about, what can you do to isolate russia economically, so that you revoke visas, you freeze assets. those are things that will have a huge economic impact, and that's the way that the united states can retaliate at this point. but the president needs to spend his time convincing our allies and that's the problem he's got on his hands right now. >> got to get the allies on the same page. not easy. gloria, thanks very much. >>> coming up, investors getting their first chance to react after this crisis in ukraine exploded over the weekend. strong reaction from markets on wall street and around the world. up next, an exclusive int
. clinton spin out of control. certainly this thing is a great danger that the slc mullen said she doesn't expect russia to go further and further remedial is that the french center but the fact is the last week russia has gone farther than any of us that they would of thought prudent or a reasonable and nothing we can stand to still be surprised by how far russia is willing to go. i hope that perhaps the most that russia has in mind is a model such as it has advanced history of war cause it's the opposite you weren't in it effectively occupies parts of its neighboring countries. and then he says governments little balance in order to continue to exercise influence that might be the most stable outcome we can see in the short term but i think it is very risky there's a risk that russia will seek to go further at this point are you saying that the best the west and hope for and of coz i like the internets in the short term. i think that this car is as we get is to stabilize the situation we have which is already something of a day after russian occupation of crimea and probably impending
hillary clinton when she was secretary of state pushed the reset button with our relationship with russia. they would argue that the blurred red line in syria, where the united states vacillated, gave putin the opening to do what he wants to do in ukraine. having said all of that, you put it aside. and you look at the situation in congress right now, wolf, and ironically, the president has got a pretty united congress behind him, because there is nobody calling for troops on the ground. what they're calling for are force ohful sanctions. this loan guarantee is something that congress is going to support. they're having hearings this week. you could have legislation as early as next week. so while the president has trouble with our european allies, he's not going to have a lot of trouble, ironically, here at home, because people want to do something forceful and strong, and so he's got congressional support. it's just a matter -- >> because you hear the argument. and i've heard it all day today, from some. why should the u.s. be more concerned about what's going on in ukraine than the rest
has a shot if you look at the polls. big bill, the clintons, campaigning for her. yeah, mitch mcconnell could lose. >> are saying the gop could take control of the senate come no, if that would help. how would that change the dynamic in this country? >> i think it would be the end of president obama's legislative agenda. i think right now it's in trouble because it's coming up and republicans feel they're in a good position. >> this week, the president introduced "my brother's keeper." program. there are some who say this president has not done enough yet. what's your opinion? >> being the first black anything. or the first woman anything. the pressure on you is so substantial. because you just want to do the best job as the thing you're being, right. like, the pressure from the group that was the most invested in is you-s always going to be enormous. now, on the african-american issues i do think they're purposefully resistant. on the second term, you'll see the president be more open about the issues of race. talk about his experience as blake man. he came from a very activist,
years, there was a cutting of taxing during clinton and the republicans worked together. this president is not doing that. the budget does not represent what i would like to see. our kids and grandkids will pay for this. i trillion dollars in the budget. 90% of the current federal budget that could be cut out i mean thecaller: revenue that we bring in, 10% should be the maximum that we have on any kind of budget. you mentioned education spending. here is what reuters says will be in the budget. obama will renew his call for universal pre-kindergarten and expanding the head start program. your thoughts on those proposals? caller: if you have ever looked to education, it says when kids are younger they need to do more experimental things been in the classroom. the problem with younger kids when they are in lower economics, they need to be raised properly. a lot of the major problems we find with kids that come from low income families is that they do not understand even the basic alphabet. those things are great for them to be trained. once they come to the classroom him if they have been
of nuclear energy and all of my constituents and the hardworking taxpayers of clinton and central illinois. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back the balance of his time. under the speaker's announced policy of january 3, 2013, the gentleman from california, mr. garamendi, is recognized for 60 minutes as the designee of the minority leader. mr. garamendi: mr. speaker, thank you very much for this opportunity to delve into what is a major piece of our work here in washington, and that is the budget. and the appropriation process. today's one of those very, very important days in the process of government. today the president delivered to congress his proposed budget . it's required by the constitution. george washington did it and every president since that time has done it every year. and today we have president obama's budget before us. and i want to spend a few moments on that budget, together with my friend from new york, mr. paul tonko, in our east-west show. we have california and new york here. i'd like to start off by kind of framing my own work and how i rea
clinton invoking the nazas. did she go too far? >> secretary of state john kerry as well as president obama scheduled to speak this hour. kerry after his meeting with the russian foreign minster. obama is at an event in connecticut where he could make remarks on ukraine and we will bring you both of those events live when they begin. u.s. officials like to say all options are on the table when it comes to the crisis in ukraine and how they are going to deal with russia. what does that mean exactly. sanctions, yes. what about the military. chuck hagel testified before the services committee who is peppered with questions about the pentagon's response to the crisis in ukraine. >> i think everyone knows and in particular i know senator mccain was in ukraine and studied from leadership. it's a time for all of us to stand in support of the territorial integrity and we are doing that. >> secretary hagel is talking about suspending military exercises and stepping up joint training in poland and stepping up from the police commission. the question is, is this enough to take the u.s. seriously
anchor for the blaze.com. kiki mclean is a democratic strategist who worked for bill and hillary clinton's campaigns and in the clinton white house. kiki, you first. is putin bullying barack obama, putting the proverbial thumb in his eye? >> well, i have to tell you, i do think there are people who are better equipped to go through the psychological profile of putin and what he means and doesn't mean by this, but he's clearly taking a stand and has been known to take stands that don't necessarily demonstrate the best interest of the people he purports to lead. i think that president obama made very clear yesterday what the united states reaction would be to that and it's important to remember that that's not a reaction in isolation. we have many allies in europe who care what's happening there. i suspect president obama will be a leader in helping making sure that we're working together with those allies. >> amy, yesterday, the president said that this was about giving people the right to govern themselves. is that what this is about, or is this about a strategic takeover of a region tha
was an assault from president yeltsin to president clinton back then. they don't meet the economic conditions, the world economy conditions. the pressure has to be ratcheted up. >> do you think president obama underestimated vladimir putin? >> it's hard to tell. putin has been playing this machiavellian game for many years, whether it's over syria, whatever it might be. now the pedal to the metal, rubber to the road, whatever it is, this is the most serious issue confronting the west vis-a-vis president putin's politics and his military mite and he's flexing it. the question is will they be able to stop this, slow it down, before there's any military action either by russia or ukraine that puts it in a much, much more difficult situation. >> you have a very important interview coming up this morning -- >> i'm going to be interviewing the former prime minister of ukraine, yulia tymoshenko, who was in prison for many years under yanukovych, who has now fled. this is what obviously caused all this trouble and see what the ukrainians are going to do because she's now released and what the ukraini
with the new russia. i know that our point, president clinton's, was in fact to try to figure out how to integrate the new russia into europe. it has been part of what the united states has been trying to do. i think there are many aspects to the policy, but this is a very tough time. and i think president putin needs to understand that in using force in some kind of a pretend to -- to respond to pretend provocations, i think is not the way to go about this. we want to be able to figure out how to coop rat with them. but the bottom line is, they have crossed an international line. >> from your perspective and what you're seeing play out in realtime, do you envision this getting worse before it gets better or do you think it can be diffused from this point with russia? >> well i think it can be diffus diffused, but i do think this is going to on be a long story. attention has been diverted from what is really needed in ukraine, a strong economic package, trying to help that government get ukraine back on its feet and trying to figure out how to help the people of ukraine. i am a hopefu
clinton. [applause] but i digress. now, as you heard from my friend, jeff lord, gerald ford to a very weak democratic candidate named jimmy carter. to win in 1980 and in 1984 to my two of the biggest landslides in modern history -- i would remind karl , the popular vote and the electoral college. [applause] having campaigned personally for reagan in 1976 and in 1980, i want you to listen to me. i feel certain he would be enormously proud of you. in fact, i bet he would have been thrilled to stand before you right here and thank you for all you are doing, and all you , and congratulate you on this fifth anniversary of the tea party. is appropriate to end my comments with a truism from president reagan, which is the last paragraph of my book, "liberty and tyranny," which most of you have heard by now, but i will repeat it anyway for those who have not. reagan wrote and said this many times. freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. ourid not pass it to children in the bloodstream. it must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. or one day we wil
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